Learning continuity during the COVID-19 crisis
As the school year comes to an end in many places around the country, the uncertainty of what COVID‑19 means for our future looms.
With the impact of physical distancing, it’s more important than ever to be able to make meaningful connections online.
As more associations transition to online learning, discover how to make experiences engaging.
With face-to-face training sessions no longer viable, many associations are looking to online learning. Get guidance on actions you can take to ease the change.
We're here to fully support you as we move toward creating a “new normal” for employee and member training over the weeks and months ahead.
The ability to transition from face-to-face courses to supporting faculty and learners at a distance can help schools and universities alleviate many of the concerns that come with extended closures
Here at D2L, our commitment has always been to ensure everyone has access to the best possible learning experiences
This year marks D2L’s 20th anniversary. Over these 20 years, the worlds of work and education have seen immense change. Technology has transformed the way we carry out day-to-day activities and has opened up unimagined possibilities in communication
Training the trainers at Hogeschool van Amsterdam
What if you had just one extra hour a day to focus on the things that really matter in the classroom?
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